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not fully support the taliban, then you have one chance and that is to come apologize to us and under shari'a law beg our forgiveness and ask for our protection and then you'll fall under our protection and you will not be killed. and they explained to the nation of afghanistan, the leader that this administration let out of confinement and now is back leading the taliban against us, he told the afghans that everyone in the world knows that the americans have been defeated and so their president is pulling everyone out, they're running away, they're scared, they're cowards, they're afraid of us, and so once the cowardly americans finish running away from us in 2014, we the taliban will be back in charge and so you've got a choice. you either come back, apologize, pledge devotion to us, ask forgiveness and protection and under shari'a law we'll protect you, otherwise life may not last long once the americans are gone. the message has been going around the world. in egypt, when we turned this administration, at least, turned its back on mubarak, when gaddafi had blood on his handles since 200
, not shari'a law, but we took an oath to support and defend the constitution of the united states. it's been determined in this country by the courts that people have a first amendment right to burn, destroy a united states flag. the same flag that is draped -- has draped countless coffins and bodies of americans who, as lincoln said, gave their last full measure of devotion for our freedom. yet a first amendment right to destroy that flag, that symbol of freedom and liberty. they've said there's a first amendment right to destroy holy regardless of how those books are held to be by so many in america. a story is written an told of thomas jefferson taking one of his many trips down pennsylvania avenue toward the capitol on a sunday morning with a big bible under his arm and someone said, mr. president, where are you going? he said, well, i'm going to church up in the capitol. they said, well, mr. president, you don't believe everything they do there. he said, sir, i'm the highest elected magistrate in this country, it is imperative that i set the proper example. jefferson felt he was setti
to a mosque four times, hezbollah two times, al , eda, 36 times, caliphate seven times, and shari'a twice. and it's etiony it see when it -- and it's easy to see when it comes to enemy, neither the national intelligence strategy under 2009, under this administration, nor the f.b.i. counterterrorism lexicon, the words that are allowed to be used by f.b.i. agents and their terminology, apparently it's ok to talk about violent extremism, which is why homeland security secretary apolitano has -- she created a countering violent extremism working group, although she could not tell me how many members of the muslim brotherhood were part of that working group. we knew that there were some. she could also not tell me how many members of the muslim brotherhood, who would like to see a giant caliphate in which the united states was included, how many she had in her homeland security advisory council that she gave secret clearances to, there's no way they could have been properly vetted and still gotten secret security clearances. but we see with the new f.b.i. terminology and the new intelligence t
to perform municipal services, to include the, in some cases, the imposition of shari'a law. that said, there are increasing indications that the moderate islamists are getting wise to this and are not comfortable with it, and that there are -- there are indications of demissiveness among the sunni opposition groups. how that will play out, hard to say. that's something we are watching carefully. >> thank you. i yield back, mr. chairman. >> mr. schiff. >> thank you, mr. chairman. welcome, congratulations, director, on your new post. two questions, one for director brennan, one for director clapper. director brennan, this is a combination intel and policy question, i would be interested in your thoughts in either dimension. what we think the iranians are concluding from the fact that gaddafi had no nuclear weapons and he is dead and buried, that north korea does, that kim jong , reckless, inexperienced, but nonetheless in control of his country. what do you think the iranians are concluding from this? and how do we make sure that the iranians don't wrong the -- draw the wrong conclusion
to a variety of places, including one of northern california's most famous berry businesses, shari's berries. started in 1989, this is the place where strawberries go on a unique adventure. here, they are drizzled, dipped, dunked, and no doubt devoured by those lucky enough to receive one. >> you talk about how a company succeeds. it's got to have a product with some distinction and some appeal. and everybody loves chocolate-covered strawberries, and we do the best. we're the best at it. we're the largest in the country in making this product. we have the best mechanisms for packaging. we have the best reliability for certainty of delivery on the requested date. >> part of that reliability rests with the dozen or so growers throughout the state that the company works with on a continual basis. each flat that comes in is checked for sweetness, size, and quality. in fact, their standard has been dubbed in the industry as the shari pick, because in a business where freshness reigns, there is simply no room for error. >> so we have very particular standards that we go through. sometimes, the fie
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